PERINEAL CONDITIONS - ONLINE TRAINING (in French Only)

From November 04, 2019 to November 04, 2020

ContactFédération des kinésiologues du Québec

 

What you need to know  about male, female and perinatal clients.

Online Training

 

By Olivia Dubois, MPht, Ph.D.

Duration: 2 heures

Credits: 3 (double these credits for a viewing done in 2020, now 6 credits)

Pricing

  • $100, member

  • $140, non-member

  • $56, student

PERINEAL CONDITIONS - ONLINE TRAINING (in French Only)

Perineal conditions: what you need to know about male, female and perinatal clients.

Online Training

By Olivia Dubois, MPht, Ph.D.

 

Physiotherapist in perineal and pediatric rehabilitation since 2011, assistant to commercial management and Development Department of the Cigonia Clinic since 2016, graduate of the postgraduate microprogram in perineal and pelvic rehabilitation at the Université de Montréal in 2015, Ph.D. degree obtained in 2018; important research on the effectiveness physiotherapy's treatment for pain during sex in woman, lecturer at the Sherbrooke University in the Master’s program in physiotherapy since 2014, participation in several national, provincial and regional conferences (FKQ, Magog, 2019; Sclerodermy, Montreal, 2016; AKKOMQ, Trois-Rivières, 2011, etc.)

Duration: 2 hours

Pricing

  • $100, member

  • $140, non-member

  • $56, student

Credits: Gives 6 credits in 2020

To enter your credits, fill in your file as well

  • Family: Conferences/seminars/workshops/courses recognized by FKQ

  • Type: FKQ Webinar

  • Enter 6 credits

  • Proof: Purchase receipt

Upon completion of this training, you will be able to:

  1. Know the pelvic floor muscles and their functions in women (including perinatal) and men.

  2. List the different symptoms of perineal conditions that can be found in male and female clients (including perinatal). 

  3. Introduce briefly the treatments of these conditions according to the latest scientific evidence in order to know how to refer people to a physiotherapist trained in perineal rehabilitation.

  4. Be aware of the physiotherapist’s dedicated activities and be informed of the risks of illegal physiotherapy practice.

  5. Know the kinesiologist's roles in managing perineal conditions.

  6. Describe physiotherapy management of these conditions to inform clients.

  7. Contribute to the return to safe physical activity in postpartum women.

Good Training!